Ancón

(from the article `pre-Columbian civilizations`) New ceremonial centres showed considerable diversity. Examples include La Florida, a huge pyramid in Lima that formed the nucleus of a yet-unmapped ...
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Ancon

• (n.) Alt. of Ancone • (n.) The olecranon, or the elbow.
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Ancon

An'con (ăn'kŏm) noun ; Latin plural Ancones [ Latin , from Greek 'agkw`n the bent arm, elbow; any hook or bend.] (Anat.) The olecranon, or the elbow. Ancon sheep (Zoology) , a breed of sheep with short crooked legs and long back. I...
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Ancón

city, central Panama, just northeast of Balboa city. It is a residential centre. As Balboa and Panama City have grown, Ancón has become virtually a ...
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ancon

elbow
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ancon

Type: Term Pronunciation: ang′kŏn Synonyms: elbow2
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